I don't stay at many marinas
, but did stay at the Pointe-a-Pitre marina in Guadeloupe
for several days, both before and after having guests aboard. It is a pretty nice marina and the prices were quite good as well. Water
and Electricity is included, and other marinas
often charge extra for those items in addition to the per-night charge. I got a 10-day ticket discount which I believe is the equivalent of paying for 7 nights.... you get 3 nights free and the tickets are valid a year.
The BVI is much more expensive, dockage starts at $1 per foot per night plus about $25 for electricity and water. St. Martin docks are somewhat cheaper.
The docks usually have space for transient boats, except at the height of the season during vacation
I keep my boat at Nanny Cay in the BVI during the hurricane
season, hauled out on land and screwed down; but it is still in the "hurricane zone" so there is a certain amount risk involved. South of the belt, in Grenada
or Trinidad or other points further south, the storage
costs are a lot less and there is no danger
of a wayward hurricane